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Let’s Talk About the N-Word Project

Ashley Jones

September 20, 2018

In a past opinions piece, I gave my take on "Triggerish" and the University's actions preceding the event. Some students felt that I was "beating a dead horse" because I still had a passion to bring awareness to not only what w...

Opinion: To win, but at what costs?

Ryan Pye

September 20, 2018

Fans of college football have been experiencing an uncomfortable, yet very important to point out, trend going on over the last few years—cover-ups and scandals. Assistants coaches and head coaches in prominent programs acros...

Letter to the editor regarding campus Lime Bikes

Letter submitted to

September 5, 2018

Since the beginning of the semester Lime Bikes have been popping up everywhere on campus.It's been great to see so many people embrace the option to ride to class. However, in only a few short weeks, Statesboro is already experienc...

Opinion: The fall of Urban Meyer leads to the rise of citizen journalism

McClain Baxley

August 29, 2018

In a climate where the media is being cast as the enemy, the Urban Meyer investigation is another example of the importance and strong will of journalism.Several weeks ago, Brett McMurphy broke the news about his findings in former ...

Five outlandish ideas to make the financial aid waiting room more enjoyable

Matthew Enfinger

August 22, 2018

Today I had the wonderful experience of visiting Georgia Southern University's Financial Aid Office. During the hour of staring at the wall in the waiting room and waiting for my number to be called, I had an epiphany of fiv...

Opinion: Cheerleading is a sport

Kaitlin Sells

April 26, 2018

The age-old debate: is cheerleading a sport? While many say no because they believe cheerleading is nothing more than a performance, and that no real work is put into it. That’s an opinion, so I’m not here to tell anyone t...

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